Moscow Food Tour

Borshch. Dumplings. Pancakes. Embrace Russian cuisine and hospitality. Visit 3 eateries, which are listed in Gault&Millau and other ratings, try traditional Russian food and drinks and learn about their origin. On the way learn about the most famous grocery stores, food markets, trendy restaurants of old times. Enjoy a pleasant and relaxing walk in the historical centre of Moscow.

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Duration: 4-5 hours
Private guide right from your hotel
Tasting options would be offered as per your preferences
Available: daily
Transportation: walking/metro
Activity level: Light

ALL RATES ARE TOTAL PER TOUR

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INCLUDED:
personal guide
hotel pick-up and drop-off
metro tickets
all taxes
No hidden costs!

NOT INCLUDED:
Food

Tour highlights

Hotel pick-up

Hotel Pick-up

Anastasia (our guide) will come to your hotel (lobby area) or any other indicated address to begin the tour from there. If you stay outside of the city area, we will offer you alternative meeting options.

Pancakes

Pancakes

Have breakfast like a Russian - eat flat pancakes with salmon, caviar, sour cream or jam. Tradition of making pancakes is as old as the country itself. One week before Easter Russian people eat pancakes every day.

Syrniki

Syrniki

Then order cheese pancakes called syrniki and eat them with honey. They are made of tvorog - Russian cottage cheese. Still hungry? Have some Guriev porridge and become as strong as one of our emperors.

Borshch

Borshch

Then have lunch, which can include aspic (holodets), one of traditional Russian soups or beef stroganoff.

Pelmeni

Pelmeni

Don't forget to try vareniki or pelmeni (sweet or savory dumplings), which came to Russia from China and became a perfect dish for Russian climate.

Vodka

Vodka

With such a substantial meal you can drink a shot of Russian vodka and eat after-bites (pickled vegetables and mushrooms, herring or salo - salted pork fat).

Russian Cake

Russian Cake

If you are still hungry, try golubtsi (cabbage rolls) and then have a cup of tea with a dessert, which was designed for an empress.

Russian Tea

Russian Tea

In Russia people drink a lot of tea, including herbal tea. One of the most popular types of herbal tea is Ivan-chai (rosebay willowherb).

Back to your hotel

Back to your hotel

At the end of the tour we will take you back to your hotel.

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